St. Louis Youth Development Collaborative

A Mayor Jones initiative, the Youth Development Collaborative offers youth programming sites for the summer.

The City of St. Louis is offering five youth programming sites for the summer to keep youth safe and engaged while school is out. St. Louis Youth Development Collaborative is a joint effort with 27 entities including St. Louis Public Schools, St. Louis Public Library, the United Way, youth development organizations and more.

These neighborhood-based locations will provide education and enrichment programming as well as wrap-around services for children and their families, like navigators to help connect parents with local resources.

The programs aim to provide access to safe, consistent, and accessible opportunities for youth across St. Louis. The community locations cover nearly 25,000 youth across the selected neighborhoods, and youth can be registered for free and will receive three meals throughout the day.

 

2021 Locations

Nance Elementary

ages 6 - 12 – Girls Inc, June 28 - July 30 (1pm- 6pm)

Hickey Elementary

ages 6 - 12 – Girls Inc, July 6 - July 30 (7am - 6pm)

Northwest Academy of Law High School

ages 6- 14 - Boys and Girls Club, June 28 through July 30 (8am to 8:30pm)

  • Call to register: 314-335-8142

Oak Hill Elementary

ages 6 - 16 – Gene Slay Girls and Boys Club, June 28 - July 30 (7am to 5:30pm), Monday-Friday

  • Call to register: 314-295-2519

Hawthorn Leadership Academy

ages 6 -12 – Girls Inc, June 28 - July 9 (1pm- 6pm) July 12 - July 30 (8am- 6pm)

 

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